Sunday Classes

Children's Sunday School

Children's Sunday School meets during the 9:30 a.m. service. Children attending the 11:10 a.m. service are welcome to stay with their parents in the service until the offering at which time they leave to attend Childrens Church held in the 1st grade class room.

Adult Education

Stone Hill Connects: Stone Hill Life-sharing Class

This class is a follow up from Stone Hill Believes and is designed for all newcomers who are interested in church life and learning about how the church cares for her members. The class will explore why friendship matters in the church and how we can be better connected with one another through intentionality. We will take time to hear from you about your expectation and desire for a local church. Why does a church matter to you? What do you look for in a church? Come and share life with us! This class will meet October 13 after the second service in Harris Hall. Lunch is provided. Childcare will also be provided for those who have young children. Contact Pastor Jin for more information. 

The Mission of God and the Church's Mission

This new adult ed class is led by Jim Neumann and Dave Shue.  It will meet Sundays at 9:30 a.m. in the Library.

We often think of missions as one ministry of the church among others. In the Bible, however, mission is first and foremost God's mission to redeem a fallen world, told from Genesis to Revelation, in which he has called the church to join him. It is no overstatement to say that mission is central to the heart of God and to peer into missions is to draw near to the beauty and richness of God himself and his profound purposes for us. From October to December we will discuss such topics as the biblical and theological foundations of mission, the history of missions, current trends in missions, and, finally, practical ways that we can participate. Come join us as we learn about God's purposes for the church and the world.

 

Essentials of the Christian Faith: Fall 2019, September 8 – October 27 (8 weeks).

The chief purpose of this course is to encourage disciples of Jesus Christ in their spiritual growth by surveying the “essentials” of Christianity. It is meant to be an introduction to topics in the Christian faith both to provide the tools for future study and to give grounding (a foundation) for those in the Christian faith. The course will be helpful for those new to such topics, but also helpful for those more familiar with them. This class will meet in the Library and is led by Samuel Jang, our new PTS intern.